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IBM acquires Bluewolf, looks to lead Salesforce partner ecosystem
IBM has announced it plans to acquire Bluewolf, with the aim of accelerating cloud-based customer experiences for Salesforce users.
SPCA Auckland goes digital
“What this project is going to do is allow our customers to take home their new family members faster."
Salesforce IoT Cloud - what does it mean for businesses?
Companies have realised the importance of frequent innovation and are able to increase the quality and speed of development with ALM and cloud.
Finnish company builds app for your sales guys
Liid, a Nordic company based in Finland, has created a mobile application that functions as an activity tracker for sales professionals.
Adobe's digital marketing platform on top - for now
Adobe's strong strategic positioning and product dominance is slipping, with other vendors exploiting its lack of e-commerce and 'big picture' vision.
Kiwi firm’s tool for sales team productivity
We briefly look at a New Zealand-made cloud tool for outbound sales organisations.
Asia Pacific region leader of the pack as CRM market grows
The worldwide customer relationship management (CRM) software market has gained momentum, with the Asia/Pacific region experiencing the fastest growth
Cloud security: What enterprises of today require
CipherCloud, the cloud visibility and data protection provider, has released market research focusing on top security requirements of businesses today
Salesforce makes Fronde platinum partner
Fronde, the Australasian technology company, has officially achieved platinum partner status with Salesforce after seven years of partnership.
VMob releases half-year results as it chases international growth
Having a presence in the United States will also allow VMob to take full advantage of the increasing number of integration opportunities with leading
Soon you'll actually be allowed to Facebook at work
Facebook at Work will be entirely separate from personal accounts, with no information from a user's social profile appearing on his or her professional page, and vice versa.
Komputer Kraft: Providing local knowledge with global cloud expertise...
As transforming businesses look to skies across New Zealand, it’s clear to see that global tech giant Salesforce is winning the cloud platform war.
Microsoft on hand for Oracle's cloud-computing push
Company set to reveal plans to move into the cloud-computing market, cemented by partnerships with Microsoft and Salesforce.com.
At scale: doing business in the cloud
Tait communications received something of a jolt during the canterbury earthquakes...
Protecting the Edge is Crucial in a Cloud Environment
UPS manufacturer APC explains the importance of keeping your network edge running when your systems are in the cloud.
Westcon readying vendor marketplace
New innovation & incubation manager working to establish online store for kiwi resellers.
In profile: Dale Smith The human connection
Connector Systems’ business may be all about technology, but for managing director Dale Smith, it’s the people who count.
Oracle revenue up despite cloud challengers
7% increase in new software license revenue suggests the tech giant is keeping up in the SaaS space.
Cloud business app store launches
Exeed is offering resellers the chance to cash in on the cloud market, with the launch of a business app store.
Context is king
Flexible social media policy in a Web 2.0 world
Microsoft targets SAP, Oracle apps business
"If we don't dramatically outgrow Oracle and SAP I'd be disappointed," says Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.
HP makes major play for the cloud
HP has unveiled a new strategy that will see it develop its own internet services and app store for consumers and businesses.
Salesforce invests in Seesmic
Seamless integration promised between Seesmic Desktop and the recently launched Salesforce Chatter.
Remote users in WAN jam
Optimising relieves congestion, discovers Keith Newman, as he investigates how WAN optimisation devices have made doing business over the WAN not only tolerable, but in many cases preferable